Malama Maunalua is proud to be an Aloha United Way partner agency in 2014. Please use our designation number 80210 when submitting a donation.
Special matching opportunity for September 2014
Our Organization is participating in Give Aloha, Foodlandʻs Annual Community Matching Gifts Program. From September 1-30 customers are invited to make donations up to $249 (per organization, per person) to participating Hawaii
non-profit organizations at checkout. Individuals must use thier own Makaʻi card. Donations made without a Maikaʻi card will not be match.
- How to Donate
- At checkout, present your Maika’i card (or give your 10-digit number) and inform the cashier that you would like to make a donation to ORGANIZATION NAME. If you do not have a Maika’i account, you may establish one by telling the cashier you would like to do so; you will need to give a unique 10-digit number (such as your phone number).
- Tell the cashier our organization’s 5-digit code: 78639
- Tell the cashier how much you would like to donate. Your donation will be added to your grocery purchase total. You may donate up to $249 per organization (any amount in excess of $249 per organization will not be matched).
- Be sure the cashier reaffirms our organization’s name and amount that you are donating.
- Any donation must be made payable to Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms.
- The name of our organization and the amount you donate will appear on your receipt.
- Donor names will not be released to our organization. If you would like us to know of your gift, please contact us directly so that we may properly acknowledge your gift.
- You may donate up to $249 per organization over the course of several store visits. You may make donations to more than one organization
Are These Donations Tax Deductible?
Give Aloha donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Please save your store receipt for tax purposes since it will be the only record you will have of your donation. You may ask the cashier for a duplicate receipt.
How Will My Donation be Matched?
Every year, the matching gift percentage varies and cannot be pre-determined. For the past 5 years, the matching percentage has been between 22%-26%. Thus, if a customer donated $100 to an organization, Foodland and the Western Union Foundation’s matching gift was $22-$26. The actual matching gifts will be calculated at the end of the program. Organizations will receive 100% of all customer donations given to their organization, plus their % of Foodland and the Western Union Foundation’s $300,000 matching gift. The portion of the matching gift that each organization will receive will be based on the total dollar amount of customer donations designated to that organization as a % of all customer donations received for all organizations. For example, if total combined customer donations for all participating organizations equal $1,000,000, and $10,000 (1% of total) in donations are designated for organization XYZ, then organization XYZ will receive 1% of $300,000, or $3,000 from Foodland and the Western Union Foundation’s matching gift in addition to the $10,000 from customer donations. Total gift to organization XYZ = $13,000.
Partners & Sponsors
Mālama Maunalua would not succeed without the support from many partners, who provide funding, in-kind contributions, join in our projects and community outreach, and lend invaluable expert resources and services.
We are proud to acknowledge the following partners for their commitment to this community and to restoring Maunalua Bay.
- Atherton Family Foundation
- Cooke Foundation
- Hawaii Community Foundation
- Harold K. L. Castle Foundation
- Hawai`i Tourism Authority
- Johnson Ohana Foundation
- Koaniani Fund
- Marisla Fund
- Omidyar ‘Ohana Fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation
- Pacific Marine Life Foundation
- Pohaku Foundation
- Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation
- Aina Haina Elementary
- Hahaione Elementary
- Hawaii Pacific University
- Holy Nativity
- Holy Trinity
- Kaiser High School
- Kalani High School
- Kamehameha Schools
- Kapiolani Community College Ecology Program
- Koko Head Elementary
- Niu Valley Middle School
- Urban Institute Young Leaders Program
- Waialae Public Charter School
- Waldorf School
- ABC Stores
- Aloha ‘Āina O Kamilo Nui/Chrysanthemums of Hawaii
- Bank of Hawaii Employee Volunteer Program
- City & County of Honolulu – Department of Environmental Services
- City & County of Honolulu – Department of Parks and Recreation
- Duke’s Waikiki
- Hagadone Printing
- Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative
- Hawaii Department of Health
- Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources
- Honolulu Zoo
- Hui Ku Maoli Ola
- Hui Nalu Canoe Club
- Island Brew House
- Kale’s Natural Foods Hawai`i Kai
- Koko Crater Stables
- Kona Brewing Company
- Livable Hawai`i Kai Hui
- Maunalua Fishpond Heritage Center
- National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service
- The Nature Conservancy of Hawai`i
- Otsuji Farm
- Pacific Islands Ocean Observing System
- PBR Hawaii & Associates, Inc.
- Polynesian Voyaging Society
- Pono Pacific
- Roy’s Hawaii Kai
- R.S. Nii Nursery, Inc.
- Songscapes: A Designer Landscape Company
- Ultimate Innovations
- University of Hawai`i Kewalo Basin Research Laboratory
- University of Hawai`i Sea Grant College Program
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Wet Feet
- Wahoo’s Tacos
- Whole Foods Market Kahala